Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) are chronic diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and cancer, which together account for about 85% of all deaths in Europe. The good news is that a healthy bodyweight and lifestyle can largely prevent NCDs!
Fitting regular exercise into your daily schedule may seem difficult, but can be easier than you think! Activities like a walk at lunch time, climbing stairs frequently, and using bike or public transport instead of the car, already bring great health benefits.
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Keeping our food fresh for longer helps us to avoid getting sick, benefits the environment, and saves us money. But how should we do it?
A proactive approach to communicating about food is key to reassuring the public about the safety of the food supply.
What is the difference between correlation and causation. Our infographic will help you understand.
An infographic to help you to understand the difference between the absolute and the relative risk.
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